This week’s ZimmCast is an interview with Kim Lang, Valmont Irrigation. It’s one of several I conducted at the recent Agricultural Media Summit. Kim talks about a niche product they’re testing on carrot farms in California. In order to gain greater acceptance and entry into this lucrative market her company has created a product to sort of “open the door.” Then I’m sure they hope to find access to other markets for their products.
The latest news release from MFA Incorporated focused on their invitation only Beef Innovator seminars which were recently conducted in three locations around Missouri.
The lastest Talking News Release from Monsanto focuses on the extremely dry conditions we’ve been having in the midwest. Let’s hope we get some rain!
BASF is a big supporter of the Ag Media Summit. They sponsor the media room and have a booth. I know you get tired of booth pictures but you have to love a booth that’s got a “live” Miller tap prior to lunch! Here’s Kaye Iftner and Joy Watson with the tap manager at their booth in the Info/Expo. Good call BASF, because as they say “Taste Matters.”
This is the latest news from the folks at QuickFarm.
Events need sponsors and the AMS sponsor for the Sprecher Brewery reception was Bayer CropScience represented by Charlie Hale and Stephanie Gable. You figure out who is who. Thank you Bayer! Good party. Also, thank you Lane Kaplan, Rhea & Kaiser, for making sure we got our sponsors featured here on AgWired.
When you’re an international company you should have an international advisory board shouldn’t you?